On June 22, Saint Petersburg will host Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference. One of the main topics there will be blockchain in the banking sector and legislative regulation of digital currencies.
The event is a part of Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference network – the first and largest network of crypto conferences in Europe. The organizer, Smile-Expo, holds similar events in five countries: Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, the Czech Republic and Sweden.
Among speakers will be representatives of innovation banks, entrepreneurs, authors of blockchain startups, and experts in the field of regulation.
Apart from the main stream, the program will include two separate blocks – a banking session and panel discussion for juridical issues.
Which banking processes were successfully shifted to blockchain? Which services can be expected to emerge in the next few years? When will the notion of “cryptocurrency” and “blockchain” be introduced in the Russian legislation? How will it influence the development of crypto industry? Experts will answer these and other questions.
Alongside the conference, there will be an exhibition. It will feature hardware and software for mining, bitcoin wallets, trading platforms, and assisting services for crowdfunding.
You can read the news about preparations for the event on the website of Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference St. Petersburg. The registration is already open.
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